Empowering Your Organization and Attendees to Invest in Atlanta Through Your Conference

If payment is made by check, the 5% credit card processing fee will be waived, and 90% of your donation will benefit the nonprofits selected.

These are local Atlanta nonprofits that could potentially receive funding, investing money back into the city!

48in48

Centered around 48-hour hackathon-style events, 48in48 connects local nonprofits with skilled marketing and technology professionals. At the end of these 48 hours, 48 local nonprofits have new, professional, websites. Along with their new website, the nonprofits also receive a fresh marketing strategy and professional training. With a boost from skilled professionals, these nonprofits increase their impact and reach.

Atlanta Habitat for Humanity

Atlanta Habitat for Humanity transforms communities by acting as a catalyst for neighborhood revitalization through education, innovative development, partnerships, and long-term relationships with families. Atlanta Habitat has worked with more than 5,000 family members to achieve the dream of affordable homeownership since 1983.

Female Founded. 

Volunteer Capacity: TBD

Female Founded. Female Led.

Volunteer Capacity: TBD

Atlanta Humane Society

The Atlanta Humane Society is a no-kill shelter with a vision to increase animal services and impact more animals in the community. They believe the relationship between humans and animals has deep significance, and they call on Atlanta and each other to take action.

Beloved Atlanta

BeLoved Atlanta is addressing the problem of sex trafficking in Atlanta. The organization supports women escaping human trafficking in Georgia by providing safe homes and therapeutic strategies. Their residential and restoration programs are designed to equip women with the power to create a new path in life. BeLoved Atlanta is a registered 501c3 non-profit and has been helping women escape the sex industry in Georgia since 2012.

Volunteer Capacity: TBD

Female Founded. Female Led.

Volunteer Capacity: 30-40

CHRIS 180

CHRIS 180 helps children, young adults and families who have experienced trauma change the direction of their lives to become more productive, self-sufficient members of the community. They do this through mental health counseling, training, providing safe housing and real-world skill building. CHRIS 180’s goal is to help those they serve build resiliency to overcome life’s challenges.

Hands on Atlanta

Hands On Atlanta mobilizes the Atlanta community to tackle the city’s most pressing needs. From fighting food insecurity to supporting students across Title 1 public schools, Hands On Atlanta annually engages 20,000 volunteers across their trusted, robust network of nonprofit and school partners to do something good. From plug and play group volunteering opportunities to creating completely customizable civic engagement experiences for convention attendees, they offer fun and impactful solutions to do something good.

Female Founded. Female Led.

Volunteer Capacity: TBD

Female Founded.

Volunteer Capacity: TBD

Meals on Wheels Atlanta

Meals On Wheels Atlanta (MOWA) was founded in 1965 to support seniors struggling with poverty, food insecurity and social isolation. Over more than 50 years, they have grown from a small soup kitchen to an organization serving more than 600,000 meals each year throughout the Atlanta area. They have also expanded our program offerings to respond to other critical needs in our community, and now offer multiple services to support both older adults and veterans, including home-delivered and congregate meals, home repair services and a food pantry for both seniors and their pets.

Second Helpings Atlanta

Second Helpings Atlanta is a nonprofit food rescue organization whose mission is to reduce hunger and food waste in the Metro Atlanta area by rescuing healthy, nutritious, surplus food and distributing it to those in need. The food we rescue every day gets diverted from landfills and is used to feed those in need, making Atlanta a more environmentally responsible metropolitan area.

Female Founded. Female Led.

Volunteer Capacity: TBD

Female Founded. Female Led.

Volunteer Capacity: (30) Onsite, Unlimited Onsite

Trees Atlanta

Trees Atlanta’s goals have been to plant new trees, conserve existing trees, and educate the public on the many benefits of trees. As a proud steward of Atlanta’s urban forest, Trees Atlanta is a unique community resource for sustainable growth and design, educational programs, and volunteer opportunities.

Female Founded. Female Led.

Volunteer Capacity: October-March (100), April-September (50)

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FAQS

What are the Admin & Operational Costs?
Admin and operational costs include Credit Card Fees,
Receipting, System Maintenance, Web Hosting, Grant Administration,
Project Vetting, Merchant costs, Administrative Support, etc.
How are the Funds Managed?
Legacy Collective has established a Donor Advised Fund with Pure Charity (a nonprofit organization) that will assist in the financial accountability, grant administration, and financial reporting.  All Legacy Collective members will have visibility to the disbursement of grants and special project funds via their Member Dashboard, and Legacy Collective will produce an Annual Report reporting financial activity.

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RESOURCES

Legacy Collective is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Our tax identification number is 87-1730864. You can find us on Guidestar here

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